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Webpage Created 28/11/05
Webpage Updated 28/11/05
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Username sweetvfhemi (0)User has feedback score under 5
Name Peter
Location Adelaide (SA)
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This is my project\daily driver valiant. started of as a diamond in the rough with a cracked turquoise coloured body and worn out cream vinyl roof. tired old slant 6 and 3 on the floor.

time to start polishing her up, started with dumping in a 265 with a centura 4 speed. slight mods to the motor including modified timing chain and 350 holley.
Then the paint, she got stripped to bare metal and the rust cut out to make way for the Vespers Blue metalic paint.

Slowey but surely fixing up the interior now, looking around at different options as i go.

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The Old
These are pics of the old Val before the paint, she was quiet brused and battered.

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Fixing her up
at this stage there was a coating on the metal to prevent surface rust during travel, it was sanded of then the painting was underway.

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Finished product, of the paint anyway
The paint job turned out pretty good i think, certainly better than it was.

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